“the round thing has to go into the square thing” (german football saying)
berlin, ostkreuz, 2017
i know it’s rather a rectangular thing. but i somehow did not like how the phrase turned out metrically when i used ‘rectangular’. in the picture though, i tried both versions at once :)
from the oldest city in germany, made with the last light of the last year
happy holidays to all of you!
set x = 11 → today
berlin friedrichshain, 2016
volksbühne, berlin mitte, 2016
fun fact: did you know ‘ost’ is the swedish word for cheese? the etymology of cheese and its siblings is quite interesting and i learned a lot from the internet again.
‘ost’ btw. is the german (short form) word for ‘east’
friedrichshain, berlin, 2016
a pizzeria window in friedrichshain, berlin, 2016
not just anywhere…
berlin, friedrichshain, 2016
with bowie eyes…
niederrhein, december, 2015
duisburg, december, 2015
maybe the easter hare will put an egg or two on this patch of grass this weekend…
berlin, prenzlauer berg, 2016
“a machine designed for one thing: search and destroy” – the matrix, 1999
aren’t that actually two things? anyway, it’s not true in this case, of course. this is probably just a harmless relative of the Endverzweiger (EVz) jellyfish from this post.
another hedge from the town i grew up in. this time with a second regular guest on this blog – the lamp post.
rolling down the autobahn from s-bahnhof bundesplatz, berlin, 2016
anhängerverleih means trailer rental btw.
he wore a winter jacket, though.
duisburg, december 2015